We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home - Northside
"The First, The Last, The Only King" - Hallelujah
Mr. Kennethwayne Leon Wiggins, Jr. better known as "Boobee" was born on July 2, 1992, to the proud parents of Latasha Wilson and Kennethwayne Wiggins, Sr. in Jacksonville, Florida. He was their only son.
He graduated from William M. Raines class of 2010. He was employed at Anchor Glass Corporation. He was an inspiring Rap Artist, who went by the name of “Hallelujah” because of his love for God.
Boobee lived the life of “Simba” from the movie Lion King. He was a young prince destined to be a King. He was sheltered, loved, and protected by the whole pride. He spent most of his time learning the ways of being a king. That’s why being a protector was so easy for him.
His personality was quite adventurous, inquisitive, and influential. He highly admired his mother, Latasha who was also his best friend.
Kennethwayne Leon Wiggins, Jr. answered the Master’s call on Monday, September 6, 2021. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Clifford Wilson; and grandparents, Leon and Evalina Wiggins.
Boobee leaves to mourn his passing but to cherish everlasting memories, his mother, Latasha Wilson-Hills (Maurice); father, Kennethwayne Wiggins, Sr.; grandmother, Patricia Wilson; special uncles, Johnny Wilson, Elijah Wilson and Brent Wiggins; special aunts, Alexis Wilson and Deseri Wilson; and a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and many sorrowing friends.
Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the Family.